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Student project on plants

Student project on plants

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    • 1. Flowers...!
    • 2. Flowers...! Stop and Smell the Roses...
    • 3. Flowers...! Stop and Smell the Roses... By you rs tr ul y. .. SAR AH PFISTER !!
    • 4. Flowers Use Different Parts to Attract Pollinators.
    • 5. Pretty Colors Nectar (Yummy to Pollinators!) Unique Shapes and Structures Their Fragrance Opening at Special Times to Attract Specific animals/bugs. The petals and smell advertise the nectar!
    • 6. Several Ways that Flowers Attract Pollinators. Pretty Colors Nectar (Yummy to Pollinators!) Unique Shapes and Structures Their Fragrance Opening at Special Times to Attract Specific animals/bugs. The petals and smell advertise the nectar!
    • 7. The pretty colors on the flowers attract hummingbirds and other insects. They notice the pretty colors first.
    • 8. Nectar...and pretty smells...
    • 9. Nectar...and pretty smells... The pretty smells are the “reward” to the birds and bugs for pollinating.
    • 10. Nectar...and pretty smells... The pretty smells are the “reward” to the birds and bugs for The smell’s pollinating. not just for us! How sad.
    • 11. Types of Flowers
    • 12. Types of Flowers Regular Sympetalous Irregular
    • 13. Regular (Rose)
    • 14. Irregular (Snapdragon) Regular (Rose)
    • 15. Irregular (Snapdragon) Sympetalous (Petunia) Regular (Rose)
    • 16. Regular Regular flowers have the same shape and size of each petal. A rose is an example.
    • 17. Sympetalous Petals wrap around and around the center, forming a funnel-shaped whirl around the center of the flower. Petunias and morning glories are some examples.
    • 18. Irregular Doesn’t go into either category...Regular or Sympetalous. An example is the snapdragon.
    • 19. http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case4/ c4facts1b.html - The Great Plant Escape http://discoverer.prod.sirs.com/discoweb/disco/ do/article?urn=urn%3Asirs%3AUS%3BARTICLE %3BART%3B0000222180 - SIRS Discoverer http://school.eb.com/all/comptons/ article-200872?query=petals&ct= - Brittanica Online (1st) http://school.eb.com/all/comptons/ article-200872 - Brittanica Online (2nd)

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